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Oct 2, 2022 4 62 23 0 6
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2022 31 406 13.10 4 0.00 184.5
2021 103 1225 11.89 10 0.00 18210.7
2020 127 1535 12.09 8 1 1.00 20112.6
3y Avg. 98 1297 13.23 8 21 10.50 17711.1
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Modest showing in Week 4 win

    Diggs secured four of six targets for 62 yards in the Bills' 23-20 win over the Ravens on Sunday. Diggs turned in a relatively quiet performance by his lofty standards, even though his reception, yardage and target totals all paced or co-led the Bills on the afternoon. The Ravens did a solid job containing Buffalo's normally potent air attack overall, so the lack of prolific numbers for Diggs wasn't exactly surprising. Despite the modest showing, Diggs still eclipsed the 60-yard mark for the fourth time in as many games this season, and he'll aim to boost his numbers back up across the board at the expense of the Steelers in a Week 5 home matchup.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Good to go for Week 4

    Diggs isn't listed on the injury report ahead of Sunday's game in Baltimore. Diggs' absence from the report confirms he was dealing with cramps rather than an injury when he missed some snaps in the second half of Sunday's loss in Miami. He finished the game with seven catches for 74 yards on 11 targets and 70 percent of snaps after piling up 270 yards and four touchdowns the first two weeks of the season. The Bills have taken Diggs off the field a decent amount this season, but mostly on run plays.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Deals with dehydration late

    Diggs secured seven of 11 targets for 74 yards in the Bills' 21-19 loss to the Dolphins on Sunday. Per Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com, the star receiver exited the game late with what appeared to be cramping and was seen laying on the sideline. Diggs turned in his usual impressive statistical effort in the hotly contested divisional battle, but he simply appeared to run out of gas in the humid South Florida climate at a critical juncture in the game. Before exiting, Diggs was typically productive and led the Bills wideouts in targets while tying for second in receptions with Isaiah McKenzie. Assuming he's back to health, Diggs should be a full go for a road showdown with the Ravens in Week 4.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Three TDs in blowout win

    Diggs caught 12 of 14 targets for 148 yards and three touchdowns in Monday's 41-7 win over the Titans. Diggs got wide open in the end zone for a four-yard touchdown on fourth down in the second quarter. In the third, he got behind the Titans secondary for a 46-yard touchdown, then kept his concentration to secure a bobbling catch for a 14-yard touchdown. Josh Allen's top target in the high-powered Bills passing game has opened the season with 20 catches for 270 yards and four touchdowns through two games. Even a date with shutdown Dolphins cornerback Xavien Howard in Week 3 is unlikely to slow Diggs down.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Long TD in season-opening win

    Diggs brought in eight of nine targets for 122 yards and a touchdown in the Bills' 31-10 win over the Rams on Thursday night. Diggs' near-perfect opening night was punctuated by a 53-yard touchdown grab down the right side of the field in the fourth quarter that served as the final score of the night. Diggs flew by Jalen Ramsey on a play where the star cornerback appeared to be expecting deep help, a microcosm of a night where almost everything went right for Buffalo. Diggs' reception, yardage and target totals were all team highs, affording him no shortage of momentum going into a Week 2 home battle against the Titans on Monday night, Sept. 19.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Candidate to rest in preseason finale

    Coach Sean McDermott relayed Wednesday that QB Josh Allen, along with many of the Bills' key starters, a group that presumably includes Diggs, won't suit up for Friday's preseason finale against the Panthers,Alec White of the team's official site reports. As Week 1 approaches, Diggs and Gabriel Davis clearly top the Bills' wideout depth chart, so the coaching staff's focus Friday (in terms of the position) figures to be evaluating the team's complementary options ahead of looming roster cuts. Once the regular season commences, Diggs' high-volume role in an Allen-helmed offense will continue to yield high level fantasy dividends.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Two catches in preseason game

    Diggs caught two receptions for 33 yards on two targets in Buffalo's preseason game against Denver on Saturday. It was a breezy tuneup game for the Bills offense, and Diggs was unsurprisingly among those who produced in his brief showing. Even with the seeming emergence of teammate Gabriel Davis (two catches for 47 yards and one touchdown on three targets), Diggs is clearly poised to produce as one of the top fantasy receivers again in 2022.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Likely unavailable Saturday

    Diggs is not expected to play in Saturday's preseason opener, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports. The Bills seemingly are choosing not to play the majority of their starters to open the preseason. Expect Khalil Shakir, Isaiah Hodgins and Jake Kumerow to see extensive work among the Bills' pass catchers.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Secures four-year extension

    Diggs agreed to terms Wednesday with the Bills on a four-year, $104 million contract extension, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Diggs still had two years remaining on his five-year, $72 million contract, but after seeing the receiver market undergo a sea change this offseason, Buffalo didn't want to wait any longer to extend its star wideout. The 28-year-old, who hasn't missed a regular-season game in his two years with Buffalo, racked up a career-high 1,535 receiving yards in 2020, and he set another career mark with 10 touchdowns in 2021. The 28-year-old will continue to enjoy his position as Josh Allen's top target heading into the 2022 campaign, a combination which has proven highly valuable for fantasy purposes.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Dismal showing in playoff loss

    Diggs caught three of six targets for seven yards and added a two-point conversion in Sunday's 42-36 overtime loss to the Chiefs. The Chiefs made sure Diggs wouldn't be the player that beat them Sunday, allowing Gabriel Davis to have the game of his life (201 yards and four touchdowns) instead. Diggs still managed to make an impact by giving the Bills a three-point lead with 1:54 left in the fourth quarter by catching a two-point conversion in the back of the end zone. The teams exchanged 17 more points after that to get to overtime, where the Chiefs found the end zone to knock out Diggs and the Bills. He should resume his highly productive role as Josh Allen's top target next season, but this poor performance in the biggest game of the season was an awful way for such a productive receiver to end the season.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Scores 10th TD in win

    Diggs caught nine of 14 targets for 81 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 27-10 win over the Jets. He opened the scoring early in the first quarter on a 10-yard strike from Josh Allen, giving Diggs a career-high 10 TDs on the season. He also surpassed 100 receptions for the third time in the last four seasons, winding up with 103 catches on 164 targets for 1,225 yards. Diggs should be heavily involved again Saturday when the Bills host the Patriots in the wild-card round.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Five receptions in win

    Diggs brought in five of nine targets for 52 yards in the Bills' 29-15 win over the Falcons on Sunday. He was also sacked on a pass attempt. Diggs led the Bills in receptions, receiving yards and targets on a day in which Josh Allen completed well under 50.0 percent of his passes and threw for just 120 yards at 4.6 yards per attempt. The 28-year-old has eclipsed 50 receiving yards in five of the last six games, but he did see a two-game touchdown streak snapped Sunday. He'll have one more chance to tune up for the postseason in Week 18 against a Jets defense that he posted a season-best 162-yard effort on back in Week 10.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Finds end zone in win over Pats

    Diggs caught seven of 13 targets for 85 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 33-21 win over the Patriots. Diggs gave Buffalo a 17-7 second-quarter lead with a 12-yard touchdown catch, and his 19-yard grab in the fourth to convert 3rd-and-10 deep in Patriots territory set up Dawson Knox's game-sealing two-yard touchdown two plays later. The star wide receiver was targeted 13 times for the fourth time this season, matching his season high. Diggs has eight touchdowns in his last 10 games and will have an excellent opportunity to get right back into the end zone in Week 17 against the porous Falcons secondary.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Scores in tough matchup

    Diggs caught four passes for 35 yards and one touchdown on seven targets against Carolina on Sunday. Often matching up against top corner Stephon Gilmore while his quarterback dealt with both a tweaked foot and a relentless pass rush, Diggs had a difficult assignment Sunday against the Panthers. A player with his talent and usage often has a high floor even in unfavorable situations, and this game was a good example of that. A road matchup against J.C. Jackson and the Patriots isn't any easier in Week 16, but Diggs has a recent history of success against Bill Belichick's defense, including in the 2020 game at New England (nine catches for 145 yards and three touchdowns on 11 targets).
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Team-high yardage total in loss

    Diggs secured seven of 13 targets for 74 yards in the Bills' 33-27 overtime loss to the Buccaneers on Sunday. Diggs' yardage total paced the Bills on a busy day for the passing game, during which Josh Allen put the ball up 54 times overall. The multi-time Pro Bowler's target total also led the team and tied for a season high. Despite the solid production, Diggs has now fallen short of the 100-yard mark in four straight games and eight of his last nine contests overal. Fantasy managers counting on him in their upcoming postseason contests will hope for a much-needed breakout effort in Week 15 at home against the Panthers.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Makes four catches

    Diggs caught four of seven targets for 51 yards in Monday night's 14-10 loss to the Patriots. Diggs led the Bills in all major receiving categories despite extreme wind heavily restricting the passing game. While Diggs managed a game-long catch of 26 yards, he also narrowly missed out on a deeper touchdown during the third quarter. Given the bad weather as well as a tough matchup versus the Patriots, his overall performance was commendable, but warmer conditions could prove more favorable in Week 14 versus the Buccaneers.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Seven catches in holiday win

    Diggs brought in seven of nine targets for 74 yards and a touchdown in the Bills' 31-6 win over the Saints on Thursday night. Diggs paced the Bills in receptions, receiving yards and targets on the night and notched his seventh touchdown of the campaign on a five-yard grab early in the third quarter. The star wideout has posted at least five receptions in five of the last six contests, and with four touchdowns in the last three games, he heads into a Week 13 showdown with the Patriots on Monday night, Dec. 6 with a head of steam.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Two short TDs in blowout loss

    Diggs caught four of six targets for 23 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 41-15 loss to the Colts. Diggs' pair of scores salvaged a strong fantasy performance out of a subpar showing from the Bills in every phase of the game. He did well to get his feet down along the sideline to secure a six-yard touchdown in the first quarter and added a nine-yard score in the fourth, but it was all Colts in between. After scoring just one touchdown through five games this season, Diggs has found the end zone five times in the last five games heading into a Thanksgiving road tilt in New Orleans.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Season-high yardage total in win

    Diggs caught eight of 13 targets for 162 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 45-17 win over the Jets. Diggs did a significant chunk of his damage in the two-minute drill to close out the first half. With the Bills leading only 10-3, he hauled in a 47-yard deep ball before catching a 12-yard touchdown four plays later. That turned out to be the first of four consecutive Bills touchdowns, with the next three all coming on the ground in the third quarter. Diggs hasn't been able to replicate last year's phenomenal season, as he came in with just one other 100-yard receiving performance -- a 114-yard effort against Houston in Week 4. While he's proven he can beat up on the dregs of the NFL, Diggs is still searching for a signature performance against quality competition, which he'll look to deliver in Week 11 against the Colts.
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  • Bills' Stefon Diggs: Gets into end zone Sunday

    Diggs secured five of seven targets for 40 yards and a touchdown in the Bills' 26-11 win over the Dolphins on Sunday. The star wideout often was held in check throughout the contest by some tough coverage from the Dolphins secondary, but Diggs managed to salvage his fantasy day with a 19-yard scoring grab early in the fourth quarter. While he otherwise was quiet, Diggs now has touchdown catches in consecutive games after finding the end zone only once through the first five contests of the campaign. He'll next look to exploit a vulnerable Jaguars secondary in a Week 9 road matchup.
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